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QB Teddy Bridgewater, WR Courtland Sutton active for #DENvsPIT


PITTSBURGH — After clearing the NFL's concussion protocol, starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is officially active for Sunday's game against the Steelers.

Wide receiver Courtland Sutton is also active for Sunday's game.

Both players were listed as questionable ahead of the game.

Running back Melvin Gordon III (lower leg), wide receiver Diontae Spencer (chest) and cornerback Pat Surtain II (chest) are also active after being listed as questionable.

Bridgewater exited Sunday's game against the Ravens after absorbing a helmet-to-helmet hit, but he progressed through the league's concussion protocol throughout the week.

After not practicing Wednesday, Bridgewater was a limited participant on Thursday and a full participant on Friday.

Sutton was added to the injury report on Friday as a limited participant after suffering an ankle injury.

Guards Dalton Risner and Graham Glasgow are also both active after missing Denver's Week 4 loss to the Ravens. Neither player was given a game status on Friday, which suggested they would be available to play.

Cornerback Ronald Darby was among the team's inactive players, despite the team activating him to the 53-man roster from injured reserve on Saturday.

For a complete look at the Broncos' inactive players, see below:


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